INJURY RESERVE Announce Fall Tour Dates

INURY RESERVE

ANNOUNCE “THE RENAISSANCE” TOUR WITH THE UNDERACHIEVERS

Playing Complex Con in Los Angeles, CA & Gold Rush Festival in Phoenix, AZ In November!

NEW EP, DRIVE IT LIKE IT’S STOLEN, OUT NEXT FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 29TH

Tease Fans With “Groggs Interlude” Music Video via Twitter

“See You Sweat,” is an infectious jam that almost demands movement. —  Pitchfork 

“Injury Reserve Are Latest Weirdo Internet Rappers — But They’re Actually Good” – Complex

“Injury Reserve is One of the Best New Groups in Hip-Hop” — Pigeons & Planes

“[Injury Reserve is] a modern take on groups like Little Brother and A Tribe Called Quest, with the capability of being as exciting as Odd Future circa 2012. — Mass Appeal

With the anticipation of their next project looking — new EP, Drive It Like Its Stolen is out next Friday, 9/29Injury Reserve have announced they are hitting the road to do what they do best: entertain. The trio will hit the road this fall with The Underachievers to play shows across North America which includes two festival dates; Complex Con in Los Angeles, CA on November 5th and Gold Rush Festival in Phoenix, AZ on November 19th. For full listing of tour dates, see below and for ticketing information, please visit: http://injuryreserve.online/

To tease fans of their upcoming release and to excite their cult like following, the Phoenix rap group have released a new video via Twitter called “Groggs Interlude.” Featuring Groggs, one half of the rappers and filmed/directed by the group’s own Parker Corey, the video can be watched and shared here

The band are still relishing from their recent release, focus single from the EP called “See You Sweat,” which quickly followed their first drop “North Pole” which received notoriety from the likes of TIME Magazine, Pigeons & Planes, The Needle Drop and more. Consisting of rappers Ritchie With A T, Stepa J. Groggs and producer Parker Corey, Injury Reserve, have had fans eagerly anticipating their upcoming project, Drive It Like It’s Stolen. The new EP follows the band’s critically acclaimed sophomore EP, FLOSS (2016) and debut project Live From The Dentist Office (2015).
WATCH “SEE YOU SWEAT” HERE: 
https://youtu.be/M6Bj-yueOG8
Injury Reserve “The Renaissance” Tour: 
OCTOBER 6 —- MILWAUKEE, WI – THE RAVE EAGLES CLUB
OCTOBER 7 —- CHICAGO, IL – BOTTOM LOUNGE
OCTOBER 8 —- DETROIT, MI – EL CLUB
OCTOBER 10 — TORONTO, ON – THE OPERA HOUSE
OCTOBER 11 —  OTTAWA, ON – LS LIVE
OCTOBER 13 — WASHINGTON D.C. – ROCK & ROLL HOTEL
OCTOBER 14 — PHILADELPHIA, PA – THE FOUNDRY
OCTOBER 16 — NEW YORK, NY – IRVING PLAZA
OCTOBER 17 — BOSTON, MA – BRIGHTON MUSIC HALL
OCTOBER 19 — ATLANTA, GA – THE MASQUERADE
OCTOBER 20 — ORLANDO, FL – THE SOCIAL
OCTOBER 25 — REDWAY, CA – MATEEL COMMUNITY CENTER
OCTOBER 26 — SACRAMENTO, CA – ACE OF SPADES
OCTOBER 27 — SANTA CRUZ, CA – THE CATALYST
OCTOBER 28 — BERKELEY, CA – CORNERSTONE
OCTOBER 30 — PORTLAND, OR – WONDER BALLROOM
OCTOBER 31 — VANCOUVER, BC – FORTUNE SOUND CLUB
NOVEMBER 1 — SEATTLE, WA – EL CORAZON
NOVEMBER 4 — SALT LAKE CITY, UT – THE COMPLEX
NOVEMBER 5 — LOS ANGELES, CA – COMPLEXCON*
NOVEMBER 7 — DALLAS, TX – TREES
NOVEMBER 8 — AUSTIN, TX – COME AND TAKE IT LIVE
NOVEMBER 9 — HOUSTON, TX – STUDIO AT WAREHOUSE LIVE
NOVEMBER 11 — ALBUQUERQUE, NM – LAUNCHPAD
NOVEMBER 19 — PHOENIX, AZ – GOLDRUSH FESTIVAL*

ABOUT INJURY RESERVE
Comprised of rappers Stepa J. Groggs, Ritchie With a T and producer Parker Corey, the most unlikeliest of musketeers formed to create a hard hitting blend of music that’s pushing the kaleidoscope of rap. The guys have had a crazy ride since the release of their debut EP, Live From The Dentist Office (2015) recorded in an actual dentist office and FLOSS (2016) which has seen them go one tour with HO99O9 across the country, relocating to sunny California and continuing to get praise for their experimental yet relatable sounds. The trio have been featured by the like of Pigeons & Planes, Complex, Billboard, Mass Appeal, Noisey, and with good reason. In 2015, they released their first full project, Live From The Dentist Office, to critical acclaim.  In late 2016, they followed up with their second project, Floss, also to critical acclaim – with features from Vic Mensa & Cakes Da Killa. Injury Reserve have created a fan base out of their meticulously curated visuals that accompany their ridiculously catchy music — video like “Oh Shit,” “All This Money” and “Yo” have put them on the map and have created a cult like following. The fact that the videos (as is the music) is completely directed and produced by Parker, Steppa and Ritchie only further proves that the group are a force to be reckoned with. Rounding out Injury Reserve’s profile is their unparalleled live presence and energy. Just try to keep up with Injury Reserve.

“With each project, the band continues to artfully toe the line between experimental and relatable…” — Billboard

“Arizona’s Injury Reserve threatens the rap establishment with one of the most exciting tapes [FLOSS, 2016] in the underground right now.” — Anthony Fantano, The Needle Drop

“Injury Reserve is a kaleidoscope of the hip-hop experience…” — DJ Booth

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For more information on Injury Reserve, please contact:
Kasturi Shan (Kaz)
The Chamber Group – 212.366.5801
kasturi@thechambergroup.com